A prenuptial agreement isn't only for the rich and famous. Experts weigh in on how it can help people "uncouple" smarter.
These behaviors could indicate that your new partner may be secretly married to someone else.
When you find someone you love and care about, it can be tempting to jump into a more long-term commitment: marriage. However, many believe that getting engaged or eloping after a short period of time could potentially harm your chances of thriving as a couple.
There was a virtual collective gasp on the internet when Jay-Z dropped his 2016 album 4:44, in which he seemed to admit he cheated on America’s Sweetheart and his wife: Beyoncé.
Money is one of the biggest stressors for married couples, especially if one or both partners have bad spending habits and a lot of credit card debt.
Despite vows of fidelity on their wedding day, it’s not uncommon for married individuals to stray from their spouses. In fact, Statistic Brain research found that in 41 percent of marriages, one or both spouses admitted to physical or emotional cheating.
Congratulations! Your sweetheart chose the most romantic day of the year to pop the question, and you said yes. If you got engaged on February 14, you’re not alone: A 2017 survey found that 43% of millennials say Valentine’s Day is their top choice for a proposal day.
In his latest and most personal album, rapper Jay-Z apologizes to his superstar wife, Beyoncé, seeming to acknowledge some of the cheating allegations and other relationship shortcomings that have surfaced in the press over the course of their marriage.
Cheating isn’t always about sex. According to a 2016 Harris poll, almost half of Americans (42%) say they’ve committed some form of financial infidelity.
The question of whether or not to tell your spouse everything may be a personal one. Some couples wake up and share the dreams they had every morning, while others have a good relationship keeping more separate lives.